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Desh Gaurav Sekhri on Delhi Daredevils

In what has been the most unlikely turnaround this season, the Delhi Daredevils (“DD”) have gone from perennial underachievers to quietly confident front-runners. Starting the season in expected fashion with a trouncing at the hands of the Kolkata Knight Riders, DD have since turned it around, and how. Since their opener, the DD have lost […]

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The Challenge of Contemporary History – Day of 1 Spring Fever 2016 with Ramachandra Guha

It’s that time of the year when book lovers from all over the country have thronged to the India Habitat Centre in Delhi for the annual Penguin Random House Spring Fever. The fans appear giddy with excitement as they browse through the books from among 5,000 titles published by Penguin and Random House. As in […]

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The Unsuitable Boy – With Karan Johar, Shobhaa De and Poonam Saxena

Finally, that time of the year is here and book lovers couldn’t be more rejoiced! Jaipur Literature Festival is back with its 2016 edition and it’s bigger, better and merrier! We met with an enthusiastic crowd of readers on the very first day of the Fest. And even though it was a weekday, Diggi Palace […]

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10 great authors who were rejected by publishers

Dr. Seuss Everyone’s favorite children’s author, Dr. Seuss Is a testament to how important luck is to success. His first book ‘And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street’ was rejected a whopping 27 times before being published. CS Lewis When you browse the World Wide Web for CS Lewis, one of the […]

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How to become a better writer

We all have a story to tell, or so they say. The problem is, for most people, getting your story out to the world. While only a fortunate few become bestselling authors earning millions of dollars a year from their writing, it is not impossible to enjoy success as a published writer in many other ways. Your dreams […]

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